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And really, the little dove-cote, as Mrs. Prentice had called their new home, was a veritable love of a place!
When the war began, there stood on Cote Joyeuse an imposing mansion of red brick, shaped like the Pantheon.
La Petite had determined upon trying to fit herself to the strange, narrow existence which she knew awaited her at Cote Joyeuse.
Little more than a year later the transformation which the old Valmet place had undergone was the talk and wonder of Cote Joyeuse.
He found a sheep-cote on the side of the mountain and lay down and slept between sheep.
Dar he now trapesing furwards and baccards wid boff hans ahin his back und histin up his cote skeerts, und a callin, Ned, Ned!
THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON
Cest le dernier pas qui cote; it is on those last touches that the whole thing depends.
THE ANGEL OF PAINE. F. BENSON
Sue dismissed the pigeons gently, and they fluttered obediently up to their cote, while she ran downstairs.
QUICKSILVER SUELAURA ELIZABETH HOWE RICHARDS
Over the body armour was a garment, called by Chaucer “the cote-armoure, as white as is the lily floure.”
ARMOUR IN ENGLANDJ. STARKIE GARDNER
Nor is the first sixth a fit day for a girl to be born, but a kindly for gelding kids and sheep and for fencing in a sheep-cote.

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION